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    wdf_violation BSOD

    Solved: I paid too much attention to Dump files and had forgotten checking Event Logs. After taking a look at logs in Event Viewer I came across this: So the problem was Intel(R) Dynamic Platform & Thermal Framework and and NOT the Intel Rapid Storage. The irony is that I think IObit Driver...
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    wdf_violation BSOD

    Can you help me to get rid of them, please? UPDATE: After installing three different versions of the driver, I highly doubt it to be the cause of the BSOD.
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    wdf_violation BSOD

    I used pnputil /enum-drivers and the list was very long. So used CTRL+F and searched for "Rapid" and found nothing. But there is this:
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    wdf_violation BSOD

    I uninstalled the Intel Rapid Storage application, but I'm not sure if the driver has got uninstalled too (I don't see it in device manager under storage controllers though). And the problem is NOT solved.
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    wdf_violation BSOD

    Thanks for your reply. Actually I just downloaded and installed Intel Rapid Storage Technology two days ago. I presume it contained the latest driver. And I'm really curious to know how you found out that the Intel Rapid Storage driver is causing the WDF issue!?
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    wdf_violation BSOD

    Thanks for such a quick reply. I do agree on not using "Driver Updaters", but it's sometimes very difficult to find the drivers on manufacturers website. I uploaded the DMP files.
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    wdf_violation BSOD

    I use Win 10, recently updated to 1903, on an Asus notebook. After updating to version 1903 and then using IObit Driver Booster to update some drivers (I don I get wdf_violation BSOD when restarting or on shutdown and sleep. I don't remember the drivers which got updated in order to roll them...
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